Viking WaRrioRs

Der Speer der Götter

Viking Warriors 1: Odin’s Spear


Viggo is 14 and content with his life as the adopted son of loving parents. But when he is offered the chance to get to know his real mother and father, he can’t refuse. However, the offer turns out to be a cruel trick. Viggo is fooled by an apparition of the legendary Norse god Loki, trickster, liar and all out rogue of the Norse sagas, who transports Viggo from our time back in time and space into the year 999 AD – and into the world of the Vikings. 

There Ragnarök, the inevitable end of all creation, has just begun. Viggo plays a key role in Lokis plans to stop the destruction. But according to the saga, it was Loki who purposely started Ragnarök. Viggo is utterly confused and doesn´t know what to think of his situation. Why should he be the only mortal capable of influencing Ragnarök? And why does he feel so eerily at home among the wild and daring Northmen?


ISBN-13: 978-3473401420

Der Ring des Drachen

Viking Warriors 2: The Dragon Ring


Viggo has earned the respect of Leif Eriksson, a well-known Viking captain and adventurer. He accompanies him and his shipmates on their quest to find a legendary continent believed to be in the West. There the Northmen hope to emigrate and survive the destruction of their world while Viggo himself hopes to find his parents.

When the Vikings encounter an uncharted island surrounded in fog, they discover a kind of prison. The sole inhabitant is Loki in his human form, chained to a rock by the other gods as punishment for starting Ragnarök. Viggo has been lured here to free Loki from his chains.

Can Viggo believe the God of Lies, who claims he is innocent and wants in fact to stop the coming destruction with Viggos help? And can he destroy Loki’s chains, when the only tool able to break them must be manufactured from the magical ring Draupnir - which is held by the dragon Fafnir, who hates gods and mortals alike?


ISBN-13: 978-3473401468

Der Pfeil des Verräters

Viking Warriors 3: The Traitor’s Arrow


After some hilarious adventures, Viggo and his companions manage to find the unknown continent, the New World. Among them are Viggo´s best friend, Thorkell, Leif Eriksson’s son, and a young girl named Thyra. Thyra´s life depends on a magic spell binding her to Viggo. Viggo now understands his special fate. It really is up to him to stop Ragnarök. And he recognizes his true antagonist, who seems indestructible.

However, Leif and his men are not the only Northmen in the New World. Some of Leif’s arch-enemies have arrived before them. Now the Norse gods are preparing for the Great Battle of Ragnarök, which will set the world aflame. Can Viggo act in time against an invincible enemy?


ISBN-13: 978-3473401512





England, 1189: Edith and Robert set out to search for their father, Lord Wilfred, who never returned from a pllgrimage to the Holy Land. Soon they realise that their father has actually been on a covert mission supported by the young King Richard, who will later be known the Richard the Lionheart. 

What is his mission? And what is the evil Raynald de Chatillon´s role in all of this, the most powerful lord in the Holy Land, feared by Christians and Muslims alike?

And can the young knight they encounter in the Holy Land really be what Edith believes he is – king Lionheart himself, having followed them in disguise ...? 


ISBN-13: 978-3473400782

Das Buch der Finsternis

The Book of Darkness


In 1486 at the wealthy Admont monastery in the Alps, 14 year old Quirin is sent by his master, a letterpress printer, to Salzburg. His mission is to deliver to the bishop a mysterious chest his master discovered in the monastery’s library. Quirin soon suspects that the chest contains the legendary Book of Darkness.

It is said, that the book contains a record of all mortal sins performed by the Devil´s servants. Can the bishop decipher the names of the devil’s disciples? Or will Quirin and Anna, a peasant girl who has decided to help him, be hunted down by the brutal Admont sheriff who wants to suppress the knowledge about the book by all means? 


ISBN-13: 978-3473401123